December is rather quiet when it comes to video games, so when something as precious as Trine 2 is released, there is about every reason to get excited. One, because Frozenbyte's title looks absolutely gorgeous. Two, because this new adventure can finally be shared with friends. With more puzzles based on physics, platform and combat, this sequel should please the fans and convince those who had missed the first episode. Add to that the fact that it will only cost you $14.99 (12.99€) to acquire the PC version, a real bargain considering the overall quality of the game. Here are two videos in 1080p and 60 fps to prove our point, PC version obviously (note that the minor slowdowns you might see are due to Fraps). Update: Added two gameplay videos.
The success of the 360 had *a lot* to do with it being the best multiplatform console. There may be a diminishing returns thing there though... we'll see. (11 minutes ago)
Scorpio will be nice and all, but if you don't have the software then ultimately nobody will care outside the hardcore who are buying it regardless. (18 minutes ago)
Microsoft just needs to develop some new original IP and quit relying on Forza, Halo and Gears to carry them. Those franchises just don't have the pull they once had. (19 minutes ago)
@Moonwalker: OG Xbox generation also wins hands down. (1 Hour ago)
@Moonwalker: contrary to popular belief, people do play multiplatform games too. :) (1 Hour ago)
@Moonwalker: If the Scorpio gives you the best console versions of multiplatform games and you're already into the XB1, then it's probably not a bad idea. After all, most games are multiplatform. (1 Hour ago)
I absolutely love TES but at the same time I am exited to see a brand new IP from that studio. I'll just expect TES VI on Scorpio and Pro's successors, lol. (2 Hours ago)